closeup of an earthenware bowl with couscous with vegetables, some ornamented glasses with tea and a golden teapot on a rustic wooden table

Cous Cous

Couscous is a coarsely ground pasta made from semolina, a type of wheat. The couscous grains are then prepared by steaming them until they have a light, fluffy consistency. Couscous is closely related to pasta, as durum wheat, ground into semolina flour, is the same type of wheat that is most commonly used for making pasta. Couscous originated in North Africa, where it is traditionally prepared as part of a meat or vegetable stew seasoned with cumin. Today, couscous is found in many cuisines, including much of the Middle East and various Mediterranean cuisines, as well as the United States and western European countries such as France and the U.K. Israeli couscous is a variation on the traditional couscous which is made of larger, smoother, spherical granules. Israeli couscous has a slightly chewier texture than regular couscous.

Code Description Weight Pack Size Pack Weight
XCMI01 10KG BAG LUPA ISRAELI COUS COUS 10kg 1 10kg
XCMI06 GOOD DELI CO ISRAELI COUS COUS 1kg 6 6kg
XCMW04 25 KG BAG WHOLEWHEAT COUS COUS 25kg 1 25kg
XCMX04I 25KG SACK COUS COUS MEDIUM 25kg 1 25kg
XCMX16I 10 X 1KG PKTS COUS COUS 1kg 10 10kg
GXCM97 GLUTEN FREE COUS COUS 375g 12 4.5kg